GIS Technology for Web-Based Mapping Projects

XML/GML/SVG/HTML

XML (Extensible Markup Language)

XML Specification (W3C)
Internet Mapping with XML (GeoCommunity)
XML Tutorial (W3Schools)
XML Tutorials (XMLFiles.com)
O’Reilly xml.com

GML (Geographic Markup Language)

GML Specifications (OpenGIS Consortium)
Top 10 Benefits of Using GML (GeoCommunity)
GML Viewer (Snowflake Software)
Ordnance Survey MasterMap Viewer (Snowflake Software)

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)

Interactive mapping with HTML5, JavaScript, and Canvas (indiemaps.com)
Tile 5 – HTML 5 Mobile Mapping
GML Viewer (Snowflake Software)
Ordnance Survey MasterMap Viewer (Snowflake Software)

KML

KML Specification(Open Geospatial Consortium)
KML Documentation (Google)
KML Documentation Introduction (Google)
KML Tutorial (Google)
KML (Wikipedia)
KML Validator (Galdos)

SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)

Scalable Vector Graphics Specification (W3C)
SVG Zone (Adobe Systems)
SVG Tutorial (KevLinDev)
Kartograph
DBx Geomatics (SVG Mapping)
indiemapper (axismaps)
Inkscape (Open Source SVG Drawing Package)
Polymaps

Flash

GeoClip
MapBureau – Interactive Cartography for the Web (Flash Maps)
worldKit (linking Flash and RSS)

Portable Document Format (PDF)

TerraGo Technologies
GeoPDF – Blog

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